Steve Kerr is a big Dodgers fan.
Steph Curry is a big Red Sox fan.
The Red Sox will host the Dodgers on Tuesday night in Game 1 of the World Series, and Warriors coach and star player do have a bet on the outcome, as The Athletic's Anthony Slater chronicled:
Work logistics won’t allow them to attend in person. But both will be locked in from afar, already trading some trash talk, agreeing on a wager — “Can’t reveal the stakes,” Kerr said
Kerr spoke with Damon Bruce on 95.7 The Game on Tuesday and once again declined to share specifics of the agreement between he and Curry.
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Golden State's head coach did, however, reveal that he is "playing with some house money" because he won a bet with Kevon Looney based on the result of the NLCS.
Looney grew up in Milwaukee, and the Dodgers beat the Brewers in seven games to advance to the Fall Classic.
Note to all San Francisco Giants fans out there -- don't be mad at Kerr for his allegiance to the Dodgers. The guy grew up in Southern California and loves baseball. End of story.
Besides, as he told Bruce -- the Warriors have won three NBA championships over the last four years, so he's doing something right ...
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Steph Curry is a pretty good sport.
Before the Warriors star took off to NBA All-Star Weekend, Late Night host Jimmy Fallon asked Curry to sneak a few phrases into his media interviews throughout the weekend.
Fallon revealed the bit during Monday night's episode of "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon."
Curry snuck in the phrases "energizer bunny," "flippin' pancakes," and "Wham Bam Can of Ham" two times each, and nobody appeared to notice.
Steph appeared to enjoy his experience with it all.
"Energizer bunny" and "flippin' pancakes" seemed pretty easy for the two-time MVP to mix into his interviews, but "Wham Bam Can of Ham?" What even is that?
Fallon himself had high praise for the three-time champ for agreeing to participate.
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Steph Curry, always one to keep us on our toes.
Warriors veteran forward Andre Iguodala was elected as the first vice president of National Basketball Players Association during its Board of Player Representatives meeting on Monday.
Iguodala has served as VP of the Executive Committee since 2013. He replaces LeBron James after his four-year term expired.
"I am honored to be chosen by my peers to step into this position and take on a larger responsibility within the NBPA," Iguodala said in a statement. "I look forward to continuing my work with (NBPA executive director) Michele (Roberts), Chris Paul and the Executive Committee to accomplish the best possible outcomes for the union and our future members."
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Iguodala, 35, has spent the past six seasons as a member of the Warriors. He's a three-time NBA champion, two-time All-Defense selection, and the 2015 NBA Finals MVP.